It's much more convenient than GoogleDrive. I frequently use it to share my projects on freelance platforms. This is reliable cloud storage with many features
I'm so fed up with Dropbox, not only does it not let you download directly onto the dropbox.com cloud and instead have to download onto your pc prior to transferring, but it takes long to complete it , if youre downloading multiple files. - Source: Reddit / 12 days ago
Also the agreement was I HAVE to upload footage to their dropbox via the app but I couldn't get the app to switch over to smart sync (I expressed this to the recruiter); So I uploaded it via dropbox.com. Another person, not the recruiter told me to mail them my hard drive as well. - Source: Reddit / 20 days ago
Would you elaborate please, how would the sharing of document works? I.e. The documents are structured in folders, etc? Do they have to be kept physically in the platform, or only links to say dropbox.com or similar file share? - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
About the home page - yes I fully agree. The moment you're logged in it should change into some sort of overview page for your Keystone.guru account. Like, how often do you really see the home page of say dropbox.com or any other company when you're logged in? You don't really - it should be the same here. I had this idea already before and it's a good one. - Source: Reddit / 27 days ago
Seems to be the other way around. I have two business accounts, Business A (account created in 2020) and Business B (account created a week ago). In the Business A account, I'm able to create and store Paper documents within Dropbox (both the desktop app and at dropbox.com). In Business B, there is no option to do so; there is only the option to create and store standard files such as Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and... - Source: Reddit / 30 days ago
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